LITTLE CAESAR and the CONSULS since 1956 It was the year 1956 in Toronto, Ontario when a group of five young musicians formed what has become “Little Caesar and the Consuls”, Canada’s oldest rock and roll dance band. We dedicate this new recording to the founding members who originally named themselves (after a British sedan) The Consuls. The band comprised of Bruce Morshead (piano and vocals), Norm Sherratt (sax), Lenny Stubbs (standup bass), Pete DeRemigis (drums) and Gene MacLellan (guitar) was born. They changed their name early on by adding the “Little Caesar” after many commented on Morshead’s appearance being similar to Edward G. Robinson’s from the 1930’s movie of the same name. Through the years the band would benefit from many talented musicians who came and went, too numerous to mention, but played a significant part in keeping the name Little Caesar and the Consuls forefront and a legendary fixture in the music industry in Canada. The main ethos of this group is Continuity, as noted by the fact that today’s lineup includes veteran musicians / long-standing friends of original member, Norm Sherratt. Uppermost in our agenda is the continuity of carrying forward our Name, good times, plus the style and sound of the original band. To this day the iconic tunes played by the band rekindle memories for fans from years past. With the release of The Music of My World we hope to introduce new listeners to the sound of a Canadian band legendary since 1956.